Men's cross country wins regional

Women place eighth of 10 teams

The No. 1 Wisconsin men's cross country team continued to dominate, winning its 20th NCAA Great Lakes Regional title in Ypsilanti, Mich., Saturday, with 47 points. Notre Dame finished second with 82 points and Michigan, the second highest Big Ten finisher after Wisconsin, placed fourth with 111 points. The men's team is now poised to compete at the NCAA Championships Nov. 22 in Terre Haute, Ind.

Senior Matt Tegenkamp was Wisconsin's top finisher, placing sixth in 30:24.7. Sophomore Chris Solinsky finished just behind him in 30:25.1, good for seventh place. Junior Simon Bairu placed 10th in 30:25.7, senior Josh Spiker earned 11th place in a time of 30:26.0 and 2003 regional champion Bobby Lockhart finished in 13th in 30:29.2.

The Wisconsin women's cross country team finished eighth with 213 points and was led by sophomore Katrina Rundhaug, who finished 11th in 20:35.2. Junior 'A Havahla Haynes took 32nd in 21:90.5 and junior Heidi Lane took 39th (21:16.6).

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